September 04, 2006

Relevant Vonage

In an interview that appeared in today's New York Times, Citron explains how Vonage will defend itself against its competitors. He is quoted as saying that “the company also wanted to give customers more control over who reached them and where. He envisions a time when subscribers might send certain callers automatically to voice mail — for instance, work calls during a weekend — or put various priorities on personal calls.” Is Vonage going to become simply relevantTM?

Posted by aswath at September 4, 2006 06:59 AM
Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin
If you do not have an OpenID, then please use



Rather confusing that he says "a time when" -- I have this feature as part of a standard set from Speakeasy on my home and work VoIP lines over their DSL. They license this software for call management, and it lets me set a profile, like don't answer calls on Saturday and Sunday but send them to voice mail.

Or, if a call comes from such and such a number (caller ID has to work), then forward it to these three other phone numbers.

Posted by: Glenn Fleishman at September 4, 2006 10:52 AM

Vonage could and should license the iotum relevance based offering. It's far better than the rules based solution Glenn has. For that matter, so should Speakeasy.

Posted by: Andy Abramson at September 4, 2006 05:34 PM

Copyright © 2003-2014 Moca Educational Products.